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What species is this palm leaf from and who is this strange person i ran into

regards

Colin

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Maybe you can identify these 2 palms

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Kim

I can ID the guy with the camera, but pretty clueless about the palms. Sorry! Where were the photos taken?

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palmtreesforpleasure

Hello Kim

Pictures taken at Minamurra rain forest NSW, the southern most sub tropical rainforest in Australia.

Pictures taken last week.

The young leaves are from  Livistona Australis that grows naturally there.

You never know where an IPS director shows up

Regards

Colin

 

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Kim

Lovely palms! Good to see you posting, Colin. It's been a while. Any chance you will be in Hawaii in October?

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palmtreesforpleasure

Still to decide, watching Covid.

Currently  moving Ian and Norma Edwards palms and cycads to Wollongong Botanic gardens with 7 truckloads of other plants.

They bequeathed me the garden plants to disperse on there behalf after they passed away.

They used to attend the Biennials in the 80's and 90' and many other palm adventures.

They introduced many species to Australia and shared the species with many of us..

They are missed

Regards

Colin

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DoomsDave
13 hours ago, palmtreesforpleasure said:

Maybe you can identify these 2 palms

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Those look like Archontophoenix.

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palmtreesforpleasure

Which species

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Kim

Oh, I'll stick my neck out and guess purpurea, even though it isn't looking very purpurea in the photo. :rolleyes:

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Palmarum
On 4/26/2022 at 5:03 AM, palmtreesforpleasure said:

... and who is this strange person i ran into

regards Colin ...

Resembles an iconic Grant Stephenson in his native habitat... surrounded by palms while navigating a hanging bridge.

Ryan

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palmtreesforpleasure
3 hours ago, Palmarum said:

Resembles an iconic Grant Stephenson in his native habitat... surrounded by palms while navigating a hanging bridge.

Ryan

He is being g returned to sender tomorrow :-)

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palmtreesforpleasure
7 hours ago, Kim said:

Oh, I'll stick my neck out and guess purpurea, even though it isn't looking very purpurea in the photo. :rolleyes:

Archontophoenix cunninghamiana.

Native species in the local rainforest.

 

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Kim

Figures... that twist in the leaf should have told me.

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palmtreesforpleasure

and the green under leaf helps to identify it as well

regards

Colin

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On 4/27/2022 at 7:57 AM, palmtreesforpleasure said:

Maybe you can identify these 2 palms

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I know they are Bangalow palms but boy they look a lot like Euterpe edulis in that pic. 

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